by Steffanie Scott
Who’s setting the table for the food that Canadians are eating? And who should be involved in establishing a national food strategy for this country?
Between 2008 and 2011, more than 3,500 Canadians participated in “kitchen table talks,” a process that culminated in the publication of Resetting the Table: A People’s Food Policy for Canada. The report was adopted by Food Secure Canada, a national network of people and organizations mobilized around zero hunger, healthful and safe food, and sustainable food production and distribution systems.
 

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